Friday, February 5, 2010

Pazham Pori

Ingredients:

  • Ripe plantain 2 big
  • Maida 1 cup
  • Water as rqd
  • Salt
  • Oil

Peel the plantain skin and cut it into thin (length wise) pieces. Add required amount of water and little salt into the maida and make a thick batter. Dip plantain slices in batter and fry it well.

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48 comments:

  1. hi tina, pazham pori looks adipoli da...mmm with chaya nalla combo illa?

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  2. We make similar recipe of plaintain but with rice powder instead of maida....

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  3. Pass on that yummy plate dear..looks so tempting :)

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  4. pzhampori.., manjal itto, nalla manja color! :) here some would do.

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  5. Mouth watering.... :)
    but can taste only in my next trip to Kerala :(
    Nice snap..

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  6. This is a totally new to me with ripe plantain.Looks lovely.
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/

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  7. looks kanditu sherikum kothi avanu.... I could go on eating these...

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  8. MOuthwatering and delicious pori..

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  9. my favorite..ur version looks more delicious!

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  10. Interesting.....banana fritters - i have only tasted the ones with raw banana but ripe banana hearing it for the 1st:), nice clicks too!

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  11. nammude pazham poriiii..oh eniku vayya...

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  12. Aaaaaaahhh! *gulp* Mmm! It's marvelous! I can keep on gulping!

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  13. The color & the texture both look so tempting & mouthwatering.....

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  14. Great fritters my dear. Looks awesome.Love to have all of it.

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  15. Always used to have this when I visit my Chiti in Cochin...My favorite snack..

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  16. Wow Lovely,my fav...looks are really killing...Crispy n crunchy...

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  17. Tina,

    Yummy kollam enikku ishtapettu

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  18. eda...its awesome..i also made a dish on ethapayam today :) all ur pics are just awesome and sweet like u :)

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  19. Looks divine and tempting a wonderful snack tasty too!!! Btw why dont you send this entry to the snacks event @ http://divya-dilse.blogspot.com/2010/02/sunday-snacks-healthy-snacks.html

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  20. Looks very tempting Tina and that's a lovely pic of u and ur husband!

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  21. Oh adipoli...ethum chayayum miss aakunnu

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  22. Wow Tina.. nice recipe.. and nice click!!.. yummy!

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  23. Ah....so its you who posted the same...
    same pinch..:)
    Ramya Vijaykumar had left a comment in mine that she is visiting the second pazham pori today...so was wondering who might have posted the same..
    See, what a manapporatham..:)..After all Great minds think alike...right? ;)
    Perfect pazham pori, Tina..:)

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  24. I am enjoying very much seeing the recipes for plantains as they are new to me and only starting to be introduced into our grocery store. Thank you for posting this. I think I will try this soon as it looks easy and delicious!

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  25. Thattukadayile pazham pori.... aahaaa kidilam...

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  26. sso tempting pori,,,beautiful color..

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  27. My mom used to make with Raw Bananas, never heard of ripe bananas, does they taste sweet, Pazham pori looks lovely

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  28. Looks mouthwatering! Perfect tea time snack!

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  29. Pazham podi is a new dish for me. Wonderful recipe and tempting picture.

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  30. tina please collect awards from my blog.kure ayyalo kandituu.evde poyyi?

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  31. Looks so good and yummy... nice click tina...

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  32. ayyo..u made me cry for a minute..this is the most yummiest thing that i miss eating here..I used to love train journeys especially cos I get to eat pazham poris.

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  33. Yummy !!! Best combo would be with hot hot Chai or coffee.

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